Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Trucking Association of New York has joined Save 81! Click here to read more.
Gov. Cuomo orders the study of a tunnel in DEIS process. Click here to read more.
Independent I-81 project study shows ‘many negatives’ of community grid. Click here to read more.
Putting Syracuse to Work During the I-81 Project: Click here to read more.

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Rep. John Katko talks I-81 with central New York tourism industry leaders

Article originally published here.  SYRACUSE | For more than an hour Wednesday afternoon, business leaders and tourism industry officials from throughout central New York had the ear of their congressman. U.S. Rep. John Katko headlined a travel and tourism roundtable at the War Memorial Arena in Syracuse. Attendees included Syracuse Crunch owner Howard Dolgon, Cayuga […]

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I-81 Project: Projected vs. Actual Timeline

Overview On August 26, 2013, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) published a Notice of Intent in the Federal Register to begin an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Process on the I-81 viaduct. The notice outlined the role of the agencies and their intent to prepare the Environmental […]

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Lonsberry on I-81

Recently, on his radio show, Bob Lonsberry talked about the I-81 project, citing several inconvenient truths that the project coordinators seem to be willfully ignoring. Read the transcript below:  It’s interesting, as the state does its study on the re-do of I-81, and I know that’s a topic that’s getting tiresome for you, but we […]

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A Letter to Save81 Supporters

Dear Save81 Supporters, Thank you for your continued support of Save81.org. As you are likely aware, the Department of Transportation recently released its Scoping Report detailing the final options for Interstate 81’s future that will be studied in the next 12 to 18 months. We were encouraged that the DOT included in its report two […]

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